PBD, the Baystock Blues 

Now it’s two o’clock in the morning
And I’m not by a fire with my friends
The stars are still out, and they’re beautiful
But that always how Baystock ends

They stage has gone quiet, but plays on in my mind
Reverberating, right through to my soul
The ballads, and love songs, and stories in rhyme
Watching people named ‘Teep’ rock and roll 

There’s nothing quite like it, you know if you’ve been
And you know it will happen, again and again
You love every minute, and hold to each day
But then comes the Monday, and you know you can’t stay

It’s the Post-Baystock Blues, baby, and it’s kicking our asses
But there’s photos, and memories, and these cool backstage passes
We’ll just look to next year; it can’t be that long
If you weren’t sad to leave, you’re doing it wrong

– Kenny Carson

We just had a work Friday.  Mark and Moon brought a bucket truck.  We fastened the light bar to the stage post and did a few other improvements.

Work Weekend is coming up. As allways, it will be two weekends before Baystock. The plan is to work on benches in the bowl, gather firewood, weedwhacking and mowing.  Everyone is welcome to camp out with us and spruce up the woods for Baystock.

Andy has done an awesome job updating the website, baystock.com, and Bill at baystocklightshow on youtube has incredible videos from Baystocks past.  Thanks everyone for helping, Happy Baystock, Al

Thursday
Dark       It Came from the Shed 

Friday
7:30       Meeting at the Fire 
8:30       Al Radley and Friends 
10:30     Ringtones 
12:00     Rocky Horror Picture Show 

Saturday 
11:00     Beware of Doug 
12:30     Char 
2:00       Haitian Divorce 
3:30       Lars and Bruce Nelson 
5:00       Super D and the Double Chucks 
6:00       Group Photo 
6:30       Welcome Drive 
8:30       Lloyds 
10:00     Nine10 
11:30     Port City Limit
1:00      Dark Side of Rainbow 

Sunday
12:00     Laughing Fox 
1:30       Feeding Leroy
3:00       Charbara 
4:30       Beau Baker 
6:00       Night Flyer 
9:00       Lloyds 
10:30     American Ego 

Peter (Pete) Alden Falconer died on the Fourth of July, 2021 in Washburn, Wisconsin. He was born on January 13,1958 in Greenfield Massachusetts and between these two pivotal dates lived a life filled with small and large pleasures which he brought to the many animals and people that crossed his path. As a small child of 8 he and his family moved to Kumasi Ghana where his parents taught and worked at the University of Science and Technology. He learned the basics of the local language, Twi and how to eat fufu and kenkey with the best of them. He found a way to fit into and adapt to whatever environment and circumstance he was in.

When his family and he returned to the United States 3 years later he found himself in middle school in University City Missouri, continued onto high school and then onto college where he figured out that he wasn’t really suited to the academic life. He then trained to be an EMT and worked out of the University City Fire Station as a paramedic for a number of years.

As the rest of his siblings slowly migrated to Northern Wisconsin he found himself compelled to do so as well and in the end, his whole family ended up on the Bayfield Peninsula. Pete worked at many things: bartender at the old Brokedown Palace; many many winters as a ski technician at Mt AshWaBay; a gardener and landscaper and probably his most cherished job, Keeper of the Buffalo at a farm above Bayfield. He was also very craft and art wise, seeing and creating beauty in many mediums. Rugged and capable, he could live outside the box and even inside a box from time to time. As a friend recently remarked, “Pete was fearlessly himself and no less.”

Pete died without fanfare or fuss but while sitting in his comfy chair outside enjoying a plate of mussels. He is and will be much missed by his remaining family and friends. A Memorial Gathering will be held at 2:00 PM on the 14th of August at 80110 Ave W. Washburn WI. Please join us, if so moved and share a story or two in love or humor or sadness in the memory of our brother Pete, now free. In lieu of flowers please consider a donation to the Chequamegon Humane Association

Scott K. Carlson

BARNUM – Scott Carlson, 55, died unexpectedly Wednesday, Dec. 17, 2014 in Essentia Health St. Marys Medical Center, Duluth.

Gathering of family and friends: 1 to 3 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 28, 2014 in the Fireside Room of Atkins-Northland Funeral Home, 801 14th Street, Cloquet.

Duluth News Tribune

Scott K. Carlson

BARNUM – Scott Carlson, 55, died unexpectedly Wednesday, Dec. 17, 2014 in Essentia Health St. Marys Medical Center, Duluth.

Gathering of family and friends: 1 to 3 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 28, 2014 in the Fireside Room of Atkins-Northland Funeral Home, 801 14th Street, Cloquet.

 

Duluth News Tribune

As many of you know, Captain Dave was a Baystock fixture, for several years. He kept us from hunger by feeding us during many years.


Skoro, David Haynes “Captain Dave” Age 68, of Bayfield, WI, passed away Saturday, April 3, 2021 in Minneapolis, MN, due to a brief illness. Captain Dave was an iconic figure in Bayfield and the surrounding area for decades. His influence, humor, personable nature, and expertise touched literally hundreds of people spreading far beyond the local confines of Bayfield.

Throughout his life Dave wore many caps of mastery from mechanical tinkering, photography, printmaking and knowledge of typography, to his outstanding skill as a sailor and teacher of sailing, working at various sailing businesses including Sailor’s World in Wayzata MN. He’d reached the official pinnacle of his seamanship acquiring the USCG 100-Ton Master’s License. The Lake Superior waters became his home. After retirement, Dave was honored as Captain Emeritus at Superior Charters, Bayfield WI, where he had worked as captain and teacher for the last 25 years.

Entrepreneurship was another skill set for Captain Dave, from a start-up printshop, an up-scale florist shop “Yantra,” a signage business, to several catering ventures which showcased his love of cooking. Captain Dave was also a licensed minister, marrying many couples in various settings including Puerto Rico!

Community was everything to Captain Dave. People who knew Dave remember him as helping whenever he could, never a bad word to others and giving his sage advice. Dave was a great storyteller and wanted the best for everyone. He assisted people throughout the area including helping a Native American teen to receive training toward his driver’s license. A proud moment for that teen, reflecting the gratitude many of us have had for having known the big-heartedness of Captain Dave.

David was born on July 20th 1952, attending St. Louis Park High School, graduating in the class of 1970. Dave is preceded in death by parents Donald & Allie Skoro, survived by brothers Steve (Jean, passing in 2016), Martin (Roselyn Rezac), Peter (Dede), and Robert (Molly) and nieces and nephews Robert (Ellen), Elizabeth, Stephanie, Thomas, Allie, John, and Chessa.

Memorials may be sent to: The Bayfield Area Food Pantry (corecr.org/…), P.O. Box 1530, Bayfield WI 54814. Sail on Captain Dave . . .

Published on April 11, 2021 – Star Tribune

Thursday

Dark It Came From The Shed
9:30 CiviLion
 
Friday
 
7:30 Meeting at fire
8:30 Al Radley and Friends
10:30 Ringtones
12:00 Dueto Ohm
 
Saturday
 
Noon Beware of Doug
1:00 Char
2:30 Dueto Ohm
3:30 Hoff Stevens
5:00 Blue Feelin’
6:30 Group Photo
6:45 The Nice Guys
9:00 Pink Lloyd
10:00 Nine10
11:30 Prince Paul and the Conscious Party
 

Sunday
 
Noon Laughing Fox
1:00 Char
2:00 Moonshine Prophets
3:00 Lords of Baltimore
5:00 Scott Kirby
6:00 Welcome Drive
8:00 Pink Lloyd
10:00 Irie Sol

Thursday
AT DARK It Came from the Shed
9:30 TBA

Friday
7:30 Meeting at the Fire
8:30 Al Radley & Friends
10:30 Ringtones
12:00 Dueto Ohm

Saturday
12:00 Beware of Doug
1:00 Char
2:30 Dueto Ohm
3:30 Hoff Stevens
5:00 Blue Feelin’
6:30 GROUP PHOTO
6:45 Nice Guys
9:00 Fab Cans
10:00 Five Ten
11:30 Prince Paul & The Conscious Party

Sunday
12:00 Laughing Fox
1:00 Char
2:00 Ten Cent Cigars
3:00 TBA
4:00 TBA
5:00 TBA
6:00 Welcome Drive
8:00 Fab Cans
10:00 Irie Sol